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    Good afternoon fellow Urbexer's,

    This will be a thread you either love or hate (Pun intended). Anyway we parked away from the cottage and proceeded to walk down in the star lit sky's, first thing that we noticed is the vehicles! I absolutely love old cars and hate the fact they are simply crumbling into the ground, also whoever has been flannelling around (You will understand this if someone has been here") it creeps people out at night so fantastic work!


    We then found an open door, It was very close inside and if I'm honest a little morbid, our first impressions were that there was a lot of clutter, maybe a hoarder or just previous people looking for items worth money? The history behind this house is quite interesting after some research














    Mr Fantana was very surprised and confused when he saw this! However we explained to him what this magical item does.



    We entered the kitchen and saw many things.










    Okay so now we ventured up the creaky broken stairs, being over 20 stone this did not excite me however once up there we could only be stunned at the amount of "male appreciation" some of which I will not post so that anyone else that finds this place can have a laugh/nervous moment.















    We popped next door but if I am honest, nothing worth photographing so here's a couple of pictures.





    That was our evening done, however we did find a large murderers axe! We had to take pictures in a meet the team style fashion (Please note we are just being light hearted and enjoying our time there, do not take this the wrong way that we are condoning vandalism!)

    Jack Stride (A truly strange man, great fisherman too!)


    Barry Lynch (Going against the grain as usual)


    Ray Fantana (Loves cooked goose & gravy)


    Many thanks for taking a look and I'm sure we will have something again soon!

    Last edited by BarryLynch; 10th Oct 16 at 14:15.

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    @mikeymutt @dauntless @mockingbird

    Is it me or has the main bedroom considerably changed bedding wise from your posts?


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    I am not to sure.nice report from that place at night doing it in the dark.
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    It's staging no doubt, I noticed a few items which have been moved. The history of this location is awful. Nicely captured and I'll hopefully return soon.

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    Nice one! Thanks for sharing!
    Oooh I don't think I know the history of this one...
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    Yeah looks rather staged from old photos I went through, checked others threads also so it all looks changed/staged doubt anyone could live in there, the floor boards would wind everyone up with the creaking.

    Good take on it surprised its stayed relatively untouched! :)
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    I've enjoyed all the posts from Marmite Tower's, I liked your take on it, Thanks
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